A Single Source of Truth:  Component Content      Management         Liz Fraley         @SingleSourcing
Where do we go from here?•  Moving to smart structured content –   adopting XML•  DITA – a new way to create structure for...
Content Management Systems•  Many types    – CMS – Content Management System    – SCMS – Source Control MS    – CMS – Ente...
The ChallengeInternal Content   Internal Content   External ContentDevelopers         Consumers          Consumers        ...
Component Content          Management•  True Content Asset Management•  One single source of truth•  Transforming value pe...
The Goal  Authoring(XML Content)                                CCMS  Styling and    Layout  Illustration             Cont...
Content is a business asset•  Content has three main objectives,     1.  Attraction     2.  Capture     3.  Retention•  Co...
What everyone wants•    Associativity•    Records Management and Audit Trail•    Metadata Management•    Search•    Permis...
What everyone needs•  Access to information across   departments•  Ability to instantly update content and   notify•  Stre...
Things to look for•    Ease of use•    Ease of implementation•    Support for training•    Active user community•    Updat...
Beware the pretendersImage from: http://www.bat-mania.co.ukCopyright © 2004-2010 Bat-Mania UK
Harmonized Solution        Create          Collaborate, Control, Transform                                   Deliver      ...
Want more information?Where do you play?•    Phone: 408-660-3219•    Email: info@single-sourcing.com•    Website: http://w...
Single-Sourcing Solutions o  Over a decade of experience in dynamic product    information creation, publication, and deli...
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Gilbane 2010 Panel Discussion: XML Implementations & Information Lifecycle -- Part 3 Component Content Management

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XML and content tools need to be thoughtfully configured to create feasible processes that produce the desired business benefits. This session explores the XML information lifecycle and how XML and content tools and systems can be deployed to their best advantage.
Gilbane Boston 2010 Panel Discussion
Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell’s Gilbane Group
Panelists:
Barry Schaeffer, Senior Consultant, Gilbane Group, “Managing the XML Information Life Cycle in a Changing World”
Doug Gorman, Founder, Simply XML, “Just in Time and Just Enough DITA for Enterprise Adoption”
Liz Fraley, Founder and CEO, Single-Sourcing Solutions, “Component Content Management” (This Presentation)

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  • XML and content tools need to be thoughtfully configured to create feasible processes that produce the desired business benefits. This session explores the XML information lifecycle and how XML and content tools and systems can be deployed to their best advantage.

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    Moderator: Dale Waldt, Senior Consultant, Outsell's Gilbane Group
    Panelists:
    Barry Schaeffer, Senior Consultant, Gilbane Group, 'Managing the XML Information Life Cycle in a Changing World'
    Doug Gorman, Founder, Simply XML, 'Just in Time and Just Enough DITA for Enterprise Adoption'
    Liz Fraley, Founder and CEO, Single-Sourcing Solutions, 'Component Content Management'
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Gilbane 2010 Panel Discussion: XML Implementations & Information Lifecycle -- Part 3 Component Content Management

  1. 1. A Single Source of Truth: Component Content Management Liz Fraley @SingleSourcing
  2. 2. Where do we go from here?•  Moving to smart structured content – adopting XML•  DITA – a new way to create structure for a more savvy consumer•  Strategic management of content assets
  3. 3. Content Management Systems•  Many types – CMS – Content Management System – SCMS – Source Control MS – CMS – Enterprise CMS – WCM – Web CMS – DMS – Document CMS – SMMS – Social Media MS – CCMS – Component CMS
  4. 4. The ChallengeInternal Content Internal Content External ContentDevelopers Consumers Consumers KB WCM
  5. 5. Component Content Management•  True Content Asset Management•  One single source of truth•  Transforming value perception of content
  6. 6. The Goal Authoring(XML Content) CCMS Styling and Layout Illustration Content components Content authorized from internal producers for external consumers for internal consumers
  7. 7. Content is a business asset•  Content has three main objectives, 1.  Attraction 2.  Capture 3.  Retention•  Component content allows you to capitalize on – Maximizing reuse of content – Providing on-demand multi channel output – Collaborate with confidence
  8. 8. What everyone wants•  Associativity•  Records Management and Audit Trail•  Metadata Management•  Search•  Permission control for collaborative content creation•  Information Lifecycle Process Management•  Workflow•  Automation•  Data retention and archival
  9. 9. What everyone needs•  Access to information across departments•  Ability to instantly update content and notify•  Streamlined process•  The ability to respond strategically instead of reactively
  10. 10. Things to look for•  Ease of use•  Ease of implementation•  Support for training•  Active user community•  Updates and upgrades•  Does it solve your business needs now and into the future?
  11. 11. Beware the pretendersImage from: http://www.bat-mania.co.ukCopyright © 2004-2010 Bat-Mania UK
  12. 12. Harmonized Solution Create Collaborate, Control, Transform Deliver Personalized Component Content Manager Delivery Content Authors Deliverable Description Bursting Rules Designers Developers How to Training Translators Concept Illustrators Reference Customers Task Styling and French, Spanish, German Layout12
  13. 13. Want more information?Where do you play?•  Phone: 408-660-3219•  Email: info@single-sourcing.com•  Website: http://www.single-sourcing.com•  Blog: http://blog.single-sourcing.com•  Podcast: http://podcast.single-sourcing.com or on iTunes•  Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Single-Sourcing-Solutions/227425652781•  Twitter: @SingleSourcing•  SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/lizfraley•  DocStoc: http://www.docstoc.com/profile/lizfraley•  Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/arbortext411/
  14. 14. Single-Sourcing Solutions o  Over a decade of experience in dynamic product information creation, publication, and delivery. o  Experts for every phase of the single-source development process. o  Deep community relationships to ensure your success. o  Unique customer focus with concierge level service. o  Advisory Line o  Blogs o  Podcasts o  Code repositorieshttp://single-sourcing.com/company/community.html

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